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SFGTV2
Nov 29, 2012 3:00pm PST
although the units do face the oscar park to the south. as i mentioned, the sponsor will describe the detail design and program featureses of the project but i'd like to introduce two specific items. first, the project includes a large plaza at the western portion of the site which would include landscaping, fixed and movable seating, and adjacent retail services on the ground floor. the plaza features fluid physical connections to the future oscar park which will be situated to the south. a portion of this area will satisfy code requirements for mid-block crossing for visitors wish totionv travel between oscar park and tehama street. although the plaza is not fenced, visitors would be able to access the plaza. it does not require open space under the code aside from the 20 foot wide mid-block connection that i described. there are several conditions of approval included in the draft 309 section referencing required open space under planning code section 138. should the commission choose to approve the project, staff would ask those conditions be deleted as they do not apply. anot
SFGTV2
Nov 29, 2012 3:30pm PST
to allow access to oscar park, allow light and air into a whole area of the city. i think that's extremely well done. there was one comment made by a commenter that they don't see the cumulative appearance, but architect has done a very good job of our materials put on the screen and showing what the skyline would look like with all the buildings in place that are those that we know of are either already entitled or are planned to be entitled in the future. and i think that answers a lot of the questions about what the cumulative effect of all the buildings in the area will be. so, i think this is a wonderful project and there will probably be in other commissioners with some comments, but i'm happy to move approval for the 309 compliance, which i believe is what's before us. >> is that a motion? >> that is a motion. >> i'll second. >> commissioner sugaya. >> well, never mind. >> commissioner moore. >> i think it's an exceptional building. it shows that an architect really understands residential expectations for the new emerging district around the transit center. early on, it's quite a f
Comedy Central
Nov 12, 2012 11:30pm PST
of documentaries. >> we do. >> stephen: let's see, oscar nominated-- nominated emmy award documentary, civil war, jazz, prohibition, two dualaries now, the central park 5 with your daughter and some you made, and that will be in theatres november 23rd. and the dust bowl which will air in two parts on november 19th and 18th, not in that order. >> that's right. >> stephen: on pbs. let's tuck about the dust bowl first. i hear a lot about the dust bowl, okay. how big of a deal was it? how big of a thing was it. >> this is the worst man-made ecological catastrophe in american history, a ten year apocalypse that not only killed crops and cattle but people's children as well. this was not just a handful of storms but hundreds of storms that would move dirt all the way from oklahoma and the panel panhandle of texas and kansas and colorado, new mexico all the way east, franklin roosevelt went like this and had oklahoma in his fingertips and the next day shipped at sea was covered with the patina of dust. one storm moved more dirt in one 24 hour period than it took to excavate the panama canal, ten years
NBC
Nov 23, 2012 5:00am PST
and she sings. that's pure oscar base. >> reporter: set during the same time period "lincoln" is already in theaters. look for bill murray as another american president in hyde park on hudson and trying to lockdown an oscar nomination with a christmas release. >> it's a difficult movie to figure out what it's about and i think that's good. >> reporter: big crowds are expected for "the hobbit" but "jack reacher" is wait and see. >> this returns tom cruise to the action that people kind of love, despite the fact that his personal life seems to be at the forefront. >> reporter: the personal life of director alfred hitchcock is in relief. >> who wouldn't want to see a movie about the making of "psycho." these are hard-to-describe must havies in one sentence but that ultimately makes them, i think, more of a satisfying movie going experience. >> reporter: this is 40 chronicles the life experience of middle age and "the guilt trip" butts seth rowigen in a c with barbra streisand. that's the holiday box office preview. >> i need to get more. i haven't heard of half of those movies. >> you! all
CNN
Nov 27, 2012 6:00am PST
is an american citizen. she says she misses american stores, bigger houses and parks. their parents, oscar and maria castillanes lived in arizona for years as undocumented immigrants. >> translator: we would feel percent could you telled and harassed. we felt bad. it was nerve-racking especially when we had to go out to go to work. >> translator: it was difficult because we had everything there. we had to leave everything behind and return to mexico. it was difficult. >> reporter: castellanos said they endured years of fear living in the u.s. after the strict immigration law passed in 2010, they moved back to mexico. according to the poou his ppoug hispanic center, net migration fell from 2005 to 2010. that means the number of immigrants coming into the country is -- some say they left the u.s. unwillingly. they were deported. abcs in english. >> a, b, c, d, e, f, g. >> she has yet to learn them in spanish. >> raphael romo joins us now. how common are stories like this? >> they are very common. states not only like arizona but georgia and alabama, which have passed immigration laws. there
CNN
Nov 26, 2012 9:00am PST
-old sister, angie, also is an american citizen. she says she misses american stores, bigger houses, and parks. their parents oscar and maria lived in arizona for 13 years as undocumented immigrants. >> translator: we would feel persecute and harassed. we felt bad. it was nerve racking. especially when we had to go out to go to work. >> translator: it was difficult because we had everything there. we had to leave everything behind and return to mexico. it was difficult. >> reporter: they say they endured years of living in fear in the u.s. public sentiment was growing against undocumented mexicans, so shortly after the strict arizona immigration law passed in 2010, they moved back to mexico. according to the pew hispanic center, net migration from mexico to the united states fell to zero or less from 2005 to 2010. this means the number of immigrants coming into the country is likely equal or smaller than the number of those leaving, although the study said some left the u.s. unwillingly. they were deported. back in mexico angie speaks her a, b, c's in english. >> a, b, c, d, e, f, g -- >> she
FOX News
Nov 25, 2012 3:00am PST
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NBC
Nov 29, 2012 6:00pm PST
who started in the help. oscar gran is being played by michael b. jordan from friday night life and parenthood. >>> george lucas is bringing a piece of hollywood to the bay area. plans are in the works to build a small park in downtown san anselmo. the park would be home to two bronze statues of indiana jones a and yoda. he lives there and is donating the land. there is a building there now but the plan is to demolish it and open the park by next summer. it will be marked for the america's com. >>> it could be the biggest bake sale in history. we'll tell you how many company are interested in buying hostess and the twinkies that come with it. >>> coming up, talking turkey and eating it, too. the president and mitt romney sit down for lunch at the white house. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton reveals the blueprint for an aids-free generation. >> reporter: a supreme court decision may mean wedding bell for thousands of gay couples in california. i'm cheryl hurd. i'll explain. you know how much grandma wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay do
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